Residents of a Norfolk housing project expressed shock and outrage that documents containing their Social Security numbers and salary information were found lying in a field.
The documents were from the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority, and a city spokesman says they were disposed of improperly.
Hundreds of pages were found over the weekend, scattered in a field across from the Diggs Town Housing Complex.
The papers list names, Social Security numbers, and even how much money each resident makes.
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